Now that we’re hooked up to Sasktel’s InfiNet and travelling at 100Mbps, is life any easier? Can I think and do as fast? I wonder what all these energy signals are doing to our brains. Since I’ve been travelling this speed for only 3 hours, I can’t give too much feedback. I can navigate the pages faster. Click and I’m there. The WiFi is much stronger. I can sit on the deck and it still works. So life is good. If it gets really hot, I will crack a beer and see if that will increase my thinking and typing speed.
Life goes on. It is August. The sun shows up later in the morning. The shadows are darker and longer. It’s cooler. My heart doesn’t sing or dance upon waking. It does a little flip flop. I tell myself, It’s akay. Fear not, it’s August. I get up, dress up and show up. It’s not necessary to shine if it’s troublesome. I take care not to grump though. That’s all there is to it.
It’s another day, another beginning. I practice at cleaning my slate and start anew every day. No carry overs. I guess this is what is called ‘living in the moment’. I like it. It keeps me on my toes – not to react but to respond with care, objectively. I’m learning to take the ‘me, I, myself ‘- all the personal out of the equation. It’s not all about me. I’m taking the ‘you’ out of the equation, too. It’s a difficult place to get to. But I think I’m finally there. I’m beginning to arrive if not totally there.
I’m liking it – this new way, this new path. Did I say it already? I feel good. I feel motivated. I feel creative. I feel STRONG. No doubt I will have days when I will falter and fall. But that’s all part of living – falling and rising. It’s the breathing in and out.